Wednesday, January 13, 2010

PS Malik speaks on: How to Enter Meditation

How to Enter Meditation

Meditation is a stage when you are in interview with yourself. When you are meeting yourself you are in meditation. It is as simple as that. All natural events are simple. These are the Pundits who make a thing complicated. Breathing takes place in a natural way; it takes place with mathematical calculations, without scientific theories and formulae. So is the happening of hunger, love, sleep and sex. All they just happen in the most simple manner.

They all become complicated and complex when it comes the turn of Pundits to explain them. They give theories, formulae and other explanations. Pundits make all simple things difficult. So they have done with Yoga and Meditation. The existence of Pundits is dependent on their making the things complicated. If they do not make the things difficult then nobody will go to them to seek their help. Pundits have a vested interest in complicating the things.

This time they have 'Yoga and Meditation' in their clutches. Yoga and Meditation are the most natural body poses and practices which keep the working of body parts in tandem with one another. Yoga brings one’s body and mind in conjunction. It nothing adds from outside. It just uncovers what is hidden there inside a person. One has to locate his real self. And that’s it.

India is the birth place of Yoga. This is undisputed. In India it is undisputed that the first and foremost treatise on 'Yoga and Meditation' was written by Patanjali in his book YOGSUTRA. Only a few people know that Patanjali has not given even a single Aasan. All these Aasans were added subsequently. Pundits have added them. They are still adding depending upon the gravity of the pocket of their customers. But with utmost sincerity all the Aasans are being sold in the name of Patanjali and Yogsutra.   

How to Enter Meditation

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